Yesterday's Page Six Magazine attacked the subject of mommies who find themselves needing multiple nannies. (We thought it would be challenging for them to match the pathos and capacity for conveying human suffering reached by last week's story about Wall Street traders who go to massage parlors, but they did.) We meet Yael Halaas, a 38-year-old plastic surgeon and mother of three, who calls having two nannies "the best damn thing in the world to make life function." We learn that some women find themselves needing a second nanny for basic "one is illegal and can't come to Bermuda"-type purposes, others when they want their kids to be exposed to a blend of different personality traits and/or world cuisines ("I wake up to her cooking buckwheat crepes from scratch!" cooes one) others when the first one simply proves too competent at "management" functions, such as finding a second nanny.
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